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RPM Challenge Day 21
One week left, and I'm only almost finished with the initial edits. That leaves just one week to:
Add "lead" instruments
Edit "lead" instruments
Add "background" sounds
Edit "background" sounds
OK, so it doesn't look possible, but I'm going to keep pushing forward. We'll see how close I get to my original vision for this project.
In the meantime, here's another snippet. This one is taken from the potential title track:
February 21, 2011
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